Successful Interventions 8th October 2008. Presented by John McCollum BAE SYSTEMS Military Air Solutions Head of Aircraft Maintenance & Maintenance Training. Royal Aeronautical Society Human Factors Group, Engineering (HFG:E). Contents. BAE Systems MAS Background
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BAE SYSTEMS Military Air Solutions
Head of Aircraft Maintenance & Maintenance Training
Royal Aeronautical Society Human Factors Group, Engineering (HFG:E)
Safety is how we do business round here
ADVANCED / PROACTIVE
We work on problems that we still find
STANDARD / CALCULATIVE
We have systems in place to manage all hazards
Increased Trust and Accountability
FOUNDATION / REACTIVE
Safety is important, we do a lot every time we have an accident
Who cares as long as we’re not caught
Based upon SHELL modelWhere are you?
The Three “ages” of Safety Management
Numbers of Incidents
With permission: Why is HSE so Important? A business approach Prof. Patrick Hudson, Leiden University Modified by Baines & McCollum
Adapted from Air France / Baines & Simmons / ICAO 9859
Hazard identification, assessment and control, should be an integral part of routine maintenance, rather than limited to project lifecycle phases and implicit personal action.
Typical Hazard Considerations for Maintenance
Need to consider assessments by aircraft rectification lines and component bays, using personnel from these areas.
RESULTING INThe Basic Bow Tie Concept
Safety Controls or
Secondary Hazards ?
Undesirable event with
potential for harm or damage
Continuing Airworthiness activities
Flight Operations activities
With permission: Baines & Simmons
Modified by McCollum